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May 5, 2012 2:00am PDT
to take a look not just at the united states, but overseas, because the republican prescription is for big government spending cuts, a and they are claiming that will create lots of jobs. we are getting those in europe. take a look at ireland. take a look at spain where they are getting exactly what the republicans say we should do, and those are catastrophes, right? >> well, the catastrophes, you did not mention the netherlands and the problem in europe rebelled against the slow-growth or no-growth policies and the republicans layer it up saying we will cut the spending and then want it both ways and cut the programs that affect the poor people, and the british labor party guy said to me over there, and said the right wingers and guys like romney believe that the best way to get poor people to work is to cut them and the best way for rich people to work hard ser to give them harder and why to be better for the rich people, but if you screw the poor people, they will be whipped into action somehow. >> right. if you look for a logical explanation, you won't find it, but what you will ask is
May 19, 2012 2:00am PDT
survived, they made money. simple as that. he promised us the same things that he is promising the united states. he will give you the same thing he gave us, nothing. he'll take it all. >> priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> that is strong stuff, bob. >> it is really powerful, and it is really powerful for the same reason that the '94 ads were powerful, and it is real people talking to real people, and reagan democrats talking to blue collar democrats talking to swing voters and romney had to know it was coming for months and years and it is amazing to me that they seem paralyzed. what they will do ultimately is to put some people from staples out there to say he createded jobs, but bain had two jobs, one was venture capital and the other was what i -- i don't quote him often but what rick perry called vulture capitalism, and take over a company and squeeze it, and lootad it with debt, and then fire them, and fly off. >> and let me get back to this, joan. great politicians like tip o'neill and ted kennedy and even reagan in an interesting televisio
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